Amritsar Train Accident updates: 59 people killed, Magisterial inquiry ordered, says Punjab CM

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Amritsar, Oct 20: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday ordered a magisterial inquiry into the Amritsar Train Accident. 

“We are ordering a magisterial inquiry into the incident under the police commissioner who will submit a report in 4 weeks”, he told media.

The Chief Minister said that “59 people killed and 57 people were injured in the incident. We will try that postmortem of the bodies are done as soon as possible”.

The authorities have identified most of the bodies except 9.

Updates: 

Dussehra committee had written a letter to police seeking security arrangements for Dussehra celebrations 

Dussehra committee had written a letter (pic 1) to police seeking security arrangements for Dussehra celebrations at Dhobi Ghat, Golden Avenue in Amritsar. Assistant Sub-Inspector Daljeet Singh reverted (pic 2) that police have no objections in this regard.

Punjab CM meets victims at Guru Nanak Dev government hospital

59 people killed and 57 people were injured, says Captain Amarinder Singh

https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1053547346796183552

Punjab orders magisterial inquiry

About 2.5 meter high brick wall between the railway track and Ravan Effigy Dahan site, says Northern Railways

Family of deceased 13-year-old boy, protests with his body at Amritsar-Jalandhar highway, seeks compensation

About what should we order an inquiry?, Trains travel in speed only, says Union Minister Manoj Sinha

Russian President Vladimir Putin expresses condolences

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